In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie discusses 9 Steps to Counter Jihad (Steps #4-6), unveiling what America can do to actually prevent the jihadist horror that was just perpetrated in Munich and in Nice, France. The video is based on Jamie’s recent Breitbart article, 9 Steps to Successfully Counter Jihad.
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It’s Good to be Anti-Islam …but not anti-Muslim.
Fireman Sam is a children’s television show that plays on UK’s Channel 5. In one of its episodes, Troubled Waters, a character named Elvis walks into the firehouse carrying a tray of tea. Suddenly, he trips on a piece of paper on the floor and drops to the ground. It happens so fast, the paper’s hardly recognizable. But if it’s paused at just the right moment, as some Muslims apparently did, a page from the Koran comes into view.
Apologies sent out and episode pulled. Another victory for Islam.
- ’m sick of being nice.
- I’m sick of tiptoeing around the truth because Muslims might be “offended.”
- I’m sick of apologists for mythical “moderate” Muslims.
- I’m sick of suicidal, delusional “leaders” pretending that there is no Islamic problem.
- I’m sick of politicians who try to score points with their moronic, leftist base by promising to bring in more young males and their families from terrorist-run countries, as if they were just importing boatloads of Polish grandmothers.
- I’m sick of fools who refuse to see that we are in a war for the survival of, not just one culture or another, but civilization itself.
It’s unimaginable that President Hillary Clinton and Republican speaker Paul Ryan would combine in any meaningful way to staunch the flow of Sharia Muslims into the U.S., much less act vigorously to ferret out those already here. It would take a President Trump, along with, perhaps, Homeland Security chief Newt Gingrich, to put the spurs to Ryan and congressional Republicans to act in a concerted fashion, bringing to bear the full weight of the federal government to better secure the nation from jihadists who receive support, directly or not, from Sharia Muslims.
The Islamist PAC donated to Kaine’s gubernatorial campaigns, totaling over $43,000 between 2003 and 2005. Kaine in fact has had a very cozy relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood and their front groups. Virtually every major Brotherhood Islamist group has given to Kaine’s various campaigns – even the radicals at CAIR.
Over the last five years, Erdogan wound up allowing millions of Syrians, most of whom are Arabs, into Turkey. The newcomers seem foreign to most Turks, but the two peoples have memories of an ancestral divorce: One hundred years ago, the Turks ruled the Arabs as part of the Ottoman Empire, and when the empire split up, Ataturk, Turkey’s founder, in part defined the new country in opposition to the Arab world. He famously regarded Arabs as beneath Turks, and Arabs probably felt little affection for the Turks’ enduring imperiousness. Today they can barely communicate with each other: Turks don’t speak Arabic, and Syrians don’t speak Turkish. They live together but also apart.